Put the power of Windows 10 in your pocket.

That was the message sent loud and clear by Microsoft, as it unveiled its new Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL smartphones during its New York City press event Tuesday.

The phones boast everything from liquid cooling technology to the ability to capture 4K video and connect with a USB-C connection, essentially turning your smartphone into a full-functioning PC. In fact, via Microsoft's Continuum capability and its new Display Dock accessory, either phone can be connected to a computer monitor for larger-screen entertainment with use of a keyboard and mouse. So you could have your phone functioning as a PC, while taking calls.

If either phone's battery is almost dead, a Type C charger will give it 50 percent charge in less than a half hour. The phone boasts 32 GB of storage with a 20-megapixel camera sensor. The phones' adaptive antenna technology – two antennas in each phone – also ensure that users get the best signal and reception at all times.

The Lumia 950 utilizes a Hexacore processor, while the 950 XL uses the Octacore processor with a 5.2-inch and 5.7-inch OLED screen displays, respectively. Each phone also touts what Microsoft bills as its Glance Screen Technology, which pops up with notifications ranging from emails to texts and the time, all without laying a finger on the device.

More than anything, Microsoft wants users to know that the Lumia 950 and 950 XL are Windows 10-powered — essentially putting the new operating system right in your pocket, capable of being used on-the-go as a high-powered, fully-functioning PC.

The Lumia 950 and 950 XL will hit stores in November.

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